MEMOIRS AND RECOLLECTIONS OF C.W. GOODLANDER OF THE EARLY DAYS OF FORT SCOTT: From April 29, 1858, to January 1, 1870,; Covering the time prior to the advent of the Railroad and during the days of the ox-team and stage transportation. And biographies of Col. H.T. Wilson and Geo. A. Crawford, the fathers of Fort Scott.
Fort Scott, Kansas: Monitor Printing Co., 1900. Revised & Enlarged Edition. Leatherette. 145pp; frontispiece portrait of author, other full-page portraits and views from photographs. Bound in grained leatherette, gilt cover title; tail of spine chipped. 6.25" x 4.25" Very Good. Item #037020
Written on the front endpaper: "Presentation copy from Eugene Ware," historian and author. [Howes, U.S.iana, G240. Decker 24:174--"...a chatty and informative work describing the vicinity of Ft. Scott during the days of the Jayhawkers and Border Ruffians."] This is an expanded version of the 1899 first edition. [Socolofsky & Dean, Kansas Bibliography, 3557.].
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